We are working through a practise paper from the Ministry website
You should have completed question 1 last night. Do question 2 tonight. See last night’s post for instructions on how to hand this work in.
Also revise writing chemical formulae, word equations, fully balanced chemical equations and the reactions of acids and bases by watching the embeded videos below. They are based on lessons and lesson notes I did with you earlier in the year. There is video of practical work you carried out when you were making salts by neutralising acids with bases.
Salts are very often water soluble, if you stir them in water they dissolve and go into solution. Flick through the presentation to slide 4 and use the solubility rules to do the homework exercise. You can watch a precipitation reaction after slide 5.
Put the date in your book. Copy in the list and predict whether each salt is soluble in water or insoluble. The first one is done for you